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in his living room. sure enough, robert redford came out with a movie based on the weather underground. in this clip, the terrorists are on the run. >> i don't think he is running away. i think he is trying to clear his name. >> we never betrayed each other any of us over all these years. >> got him. >> what are you willing to take a risk for? >> i saw an interview with him about this movie. he is behind it. 100%. promoted it. good, good a thing. that is sad. what kind of statement. promote somebody that, that was blowing up buildings and you know potentially hurting hundred of people, and i don't know, it's, it's screwed up. so screwed up. it's sad to see what is going on. it's strange to me. >> so i give him credit. he invited me to sundance to talk about my books. he seems to have -- he didn't talk to me when i was there. he was there. but, he allows a lot of sliver of the owe dee the open deep ba. >> a deliver, not the full boat. that's for sure. >> it made me wish that someone would confront robert redford about this. >> mr. redford, isn't it deplorable that you are glamorizing th
are examples. robert redford. almost anyone from the 1970's who was an actor, robert deniro, warren beatty, they have all directed. most of them have directed some very good movies. when an actor writes a book, not a memoir, but a book of fiction, i would say that the knives are out. before anyone has read it. the guns are out. i wrote a book of short stories called "palo alto." it takes place in my hometown of palo alto, california. when i was a teenager. it is a book of fiction, not a memoir. it was fairly well-received. i got decent reviews. there was still -- what i was doing at the time three or four years ago, i thought i need to keep my two worlds separate. i will not write about acting. i want people to see me as a writer. i realize that i have all this experience in the film world. over 20 years of professional work. other writers use what they know, you know. journalists will travel the world and have crazy experiences. they will write a book about that. they will not say, i will not write a book because it is about my other life. >> a great columnist writes about foreign affairs
-raiser in bill ayers living room so robert redford came out with a movie based on the weather underground that the terrorists are on the run. >> we'd never be trade any of us all these years. >> i saw an interview with him about this movie he is behind it wanted to% it was the good thing. what kind of statement is that somebody that was blowing up buildings a hurting hundreds of people? i don't know. its so screwed up a and sad to see what is going on it is strange to me. john: he invited me to sundance and he did not talk to me when i was there. [laughter] but he was there. there is a sliver of the open debate. >> just a sliver. john: and made me wish somebody would coront robert redford about this gimmick is a deplorable you a domesticthe weather terrorist? will you make a movie about theoston bomber's next? john: he never responded. >> no. his entourage surrounded me and would not let me get up close. but this goes beyond hypocrisy it is a human decency factor. it is one thing to make a movie about the weather underground terrorist but another thing to romanticize it to make get a hear
would confront robert redford about this gimmick is deplorable you glamorized the weather underground as a domestic terrorist? will you make a movie about the boston bomber's next? john: he never responded. >> no. his entourage surrounded me and would not let me get up close. but this goes beyond hypocrisy it is a human decency factor. it is one thing to make a movie about the weather underground terrorist but another thing to romanticize it to make get a heartfelt. a bank robbery that resulted in the murder of two police officers a and a security guard and now redford will make a movie that is essentially one big tribute? it is remarkably deplorable even by hollywood standards. john: thank you jason and kevin. please go to facebook or twitter to keep the conversation going and use that #hollywood and let people know what you think. more celebrity hyÑ@ç@çpçpçpç >> climate change is causing see levels to rise in it will happen in our lifetime. of lusby demand our readers invest in green technology and green jobs now. now. john: right now because the levels will rise in our li
and obamaeld a fund-raiser in bill ayers living room so robert redford came out with a movie based on the weather underground that the terrorists are on the run. >> we'd never be trade any of us all these years. >> i saw an interview with him about this movie he is behind it wanted to% it was the good thing. what kind of statement is that somebody that was blowing up buildings and hurting hundreds of people? i don't know. it is so screwed up a and sad to see what is going on it is strange to me. john: he invited me to sundance and he did not talk to me when i was there. [laughter] but he was there. there is a sliver of the open debate. >> just a sliver. john: and made me wish somebody would confront robert redford about this gimmick is a deplorable you glamorized the weather underground as a domestic terrorist? will you make a movie about the boston bomber's next? john: he never responded. >> no. his tourage surrounded me and would not let me get up close. but this goes beyond hypocrisy it is a human decency factor. it is one thing to make a movie about the weather underground terr
is going to win out over 12 years a slave. beating out robert redford for big actor. >> i'm a big fan of gravity, that's a beautiful cinematic experience, those odds, ben says it's early and the reason it's early the odds come out based on these awards we see over the last two months before the observation, we haven't seen -- oscars, we haven't seen them, wolf of wall street is just now beginning to get reviewed so things are a little fluid. 12 years a slave that's a movie that oscar should really like. i think graive gravity is pretth the movie experience of the year. i'm rooting for that as well. >> how about best actor and actress? >> that's an unforgettable massive titanic experience in that movie and it was a difficult role, bruce dern, i'm a big fan of him, after his career and his amazing life he deserves a slots by the academy as well. >> actress ben? >> there's going to be a significant sentiment to give robert redford and oscar, but great needs, great deeds, great clips actors, peter o'toole died without winning an oscar, redford may die without one. i'm a jerk for speculati
? >> there's going to be a significant sentiment to give robert redford and oscar, but great needs, great deeds, great clips actors, peter o'toole died without winning an oscar, redford may die without one. i'm a jerk for speculating. i'm a jerk for a lot of reasons. >> i'm the one who's making you speculate. >> i think best actress is as much of a lock as we can get, as bill said when the golden gloaps golden globes and the critics choice and the producers start chiming in, that said, since her movie came out is cate blanchette. >> you agree? >> i'm skeptical but i think her movie is pretty memorable. the critics for some reason they love woody allen even though he spurns them for decades now. none of these sequels are showing up in any of these categories. it just shows you this away we'v weefd talked about before. the awards season in hollywood is a completely different one, making the 19 of the top grossing 20 miefs. >> and the awards snubbed oprah do you think the academy awards will give her a nomination? >> i'll be curious to see what happens at the ceremony. the oscars and the gol
. there's one person on screen for the whole time. and it's robert redford which helps because he has this kind of -- he's a real movie star. the definition of which i think is he's a guy you always want to be looking at whatever he's doing on screen. what he's doing is try to rig the jib on his sail boat. and save himself from a storm. it's such a careful and intense thriller, really. i mean it's like reading a hemingway short story or jack london short story. it has that kind of focus. it's about one thing, and that's the thing you care about when you're watching the movie. >> one of the interesting aspects of that movie is in this era of basically cartoonish big box office movies how did they get it made? >> i think getting robert redford on board helped. the director, this is his second film. his first film was called "margin call." very good movie also. and i think he's a really good story teller. i think that they did this -- i don't think it cost lots and lots of money to make. it's not a super low budget, super cheap movie. but i think there are also enough producers still aro
a slave and the big win for 12 years a slave will be beating out robert redford for best actor. >> how about, you bill, what do you think? >> i am glad to hear ben say that. i am a big fan of gravity it's a beautiful breathtaking cinematic experience. the odds, it is early, the reason it's early is the odds come out based on all the other awards that we see over the next two months before the oscars. they give us a lot of read this goes to the academy voters and we haven't seen really any of them except for the s.a.g. awards which have been fishy of late and wolf of wall street is just beginning to get reviewed so things are fluid. 12 years a slave, that's a move that i oscar should really like. i think gravity is pretty much the movie experience of the year. so i am rooting for that as well. >> best actor and actress, do you agree with ben on actor? >> boy, that is an unforgettable massive titanic performance in that movie 12 years a slave. and it was a difficult role in so many ways, bruce dern i am a fan of him and he's a guy who after his career and his amazing life, he deserves a
me wish somebody would confront robert redford about this gimmick is a deplorable you glamorized the weather underground asa domestic terrorist? will you make movie abt the boston bomber's next? john: he never responded. no. his entourage surrounded me an would not let me get up close. but th goes beyond hycrisy it is a human decency factor. it is one thing to make a movie about the weather underground terrorist but another thing to romanticize it to make gea heartfelt. a bank robbery that resulted in the murder of two police office a and a security guard and now redford will make a movie that is essentially one big tribute? it is remarkably deplorable even by hollywood standards. john:hank you jason and kevin. please go to facebook or twitr to keep the conversation going and use that #hollywood and let people know what you think. more celebrity hy this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "juggle a bunch of rotating categories" card. it's not the "sign up for rewards each quarter" card. it's the no-games, no-messing-'round, no-earning-limit-having, do
that. i know i'm not so conscious of that. i've also been asked to do acting. robert redford once asked know do a part in the film but not play myself. >> rose: wow. >> in the end i wasn't very good i'm sure but i did a test for him and he said? the end i can't do this because he was also acting and directing in the film and he said in the end people will see you and not the character. you're not that good so people won't see you, they'll see you and not the character. and i'm asking more than i have time to help you get through which is making the leap so people don't see charlie rose, they see the character. so that's an issue. but when i approached this, this is more than i want to say about this, i basically try to -- it was scripted. i followed the script. and i secondly loved everybody that was there and i just tried to be as good as i could and make it as real as i could because it's not real for me to read a script. it's real for me to talk to you the way i am now. that's real. >> right. >> rose: because i don't know what i'm going to say next. in the script you know what you're
the whole way. it was like robert redford and paul newman, they were up to stuff the whole time, and they really in a way florida land boom and also were responsible for all the money that was lost. so in a way, it's a modern story. >> right. real estate ripoff. >> right. and wilson gets very famous in hollywood. >> wilson went to hollywood. he created the brown derby, which became the center of the meetings in the 20s and 30s, as he died face first in a cocktail at brown derby. he had a romantic ending. >> they were kind of o bad guys. wilson was extremely kind of a bad guy. >> yes. >> in that one of his first mentors was soapy smith in the gold rush. that would be like having al capone as your mentor. >> he didn't find the gold in alaska, he found it in the saloon, where he could scam the people that dug up the gold. >> he mined the miners. >> so the show, now the show divides the two of them or keeps them together. >> it's about the relationship to brothers. naughty brothers are attracted to good brothers. it's very equal. it's a show about siblings. >> it's about siblings an
against the star of "12 years a slave." robert redford is being talked about. it is big. >> can we just give it up for hollywood because there were a lot of really good movies this year. >> this was an excellent year for film. a bit of a change. looking forward to what other films are going to be coming out this year. there's still a lot of bad ones and hollywood is relying on franchises. there's a remake of godzilla and an x-men movie. over the summer, 50 shades of grey. >> some ladies are excited about that. >> one of the other movies is this film called noah about noah's arch. it stars russell crow and anthony hopkins. everybody is going to go see it. that's one of the buzzes in march, april. >> don't you have amazing spiderman 2. >> yes. another sequel. the first one did well. we'll see. probably going to be big. >> 2013 was good. we had justin timberlake, taylor swift. what's the records you're looking at? >> january 14th, the bosses 18th album will drop. jay-z and kanye will go back into collaboration. it's the second version of their collaboration together. that debuted at number
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